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Morning Bag Skate: Alex DeBrincat leads Blackhawks to preseason win over Red Wings

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NHL: Preseason-Chicago Blackhawks at Detroit Red Wings Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Alex DeBrincat scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another goal to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-2 road win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.

Chicago closes out its preseason schedule Saturday against Boston at home.

HAWKS

**RECAP: Hawks score 3 third-period goals in win over Red Wings (SCH)

**After breakout season, Panik more secure in role with Hawks (Chicago Tribune)

**Fatherhood: Crawford revels in new off-ice role (CSN)

**Rutta learns English by watching Netflix (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**RECAP: Preds fall to Blue Jackets in shootout (On The Forecheck)

**RECAP: Blues fall to Wild on late goal in KC (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**RECAP: Andrighetto, Varlamov lift Avs past Vegas (NHL.com)

**Blues GM discusses signing Jagr after Fabbri injury leaves holes in lineup (SBN)

**Preds’ Subban says he would ‘never’ kneel during anthem (SBN)

**Wild’s Suter striving to improve at age 32 (Star Tribune)

NHL

**Predicting every NHL team’s MVP for 2017-18 season (SBN)

**RECAP: McCann hat trick lifts Panthers past Lightning (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Five Flyers score in win against Bruins (Broad Street Hockey)

**Video: Nolan Patrick’s first NHL fight comes against David Krejci (PHT)

**RECAP: Nilsson, Canucks hold off Flames (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Ducks goalies Gibson, Berra shut out Sharks (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Cammalleri helps Kings past Coyotes (NHL.com)

**Islanders submit plan for arena at Belmont Park (Newsday)

**Sharks’ Ward says he won’t kneel during anthem (SBN)

**Why Flyers’ Simmonds might protest inequality during anthem (Broad Street Hockey)

**Lightning sign 3rd-rounder Alexey Lipanov to ELC (Raw Charge)

**Senators waive goaltender Hammond (Silver Seven)

**Report: RFA Josh Anderson wants out of Columbus (PHT)

**Rangers cut seven, Lias Andersson loaned to Frolunda (Blueshirt Banter)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Top 25 Under 25 in women’s hockey: Follow the countdown (The Ice Garden)

**Top 25 Under 25: Goaltender Ann-Renée Desbiens at No. 2 (The Ice Garden)